Bringing Earthbags to the People – A New, Democratic Approach to Sustainable Building

by Kateryna Zemskova and Nathan Belofsky Earthbag technology builds safe, appealing, and cost-effective structures out of ordinary soil. Stronger, cheaper, and less harmful to the environment than conventional building techniques like brick and cement, Earthbag technology is generally considered the … Continue reading →

New Earthbag Primary School and Learning Center, Nepal

We are proud to announce the completion and opening of Belingtar Primary School in Dhading District, Nepal. Thanks to our team, volunteers and sponsors Kimberly and Becca for making it all happen and giving the children a safe and beautiful … Continue reading →

Good Earth Nepal is now Good Earth Global

Nepal recently became the first country on Earth to officially recommend and approve of Earthbag technology. Our Earthbag designs have been published in the federal government’s official Reconstruction Catalog and ordinary Nepali families can now build their own Earthbag homes, … Continue reading →

Edge of Seven Earthbag Update

Special report from Edge of Seven: Our work with Earthbag building in Nepal now covers the expanse of nine years. We have completed four dormitory buildings for girls getting an education in the Solukhumbu region of Nepal for both their … Continue reading →

Round Earthbag School in Nepal

Project took place in Topka village, Sindhupalchowk district between Jan 2016 and April 2016. With a group of volunteers model round earthbag school has been created. Similar school was then build in Burke village, Ramechap district. … Continue reading →

Holy Himalaya Earthbag Projects

We have many social projects going on in North Dharding, Nepal including Earthbag Building. We invite your support or hands-on help on these projects (for whole or part of schools and community centre rebuilding and building). You or your group … Continue reading →